2012 Doomsday

2012 Doomsday

On December 21, 2012 four strangers on a journey of faith are drawn to an ancient temple in the heart of Mexico. For the Mayans it is the last recorded day. For NASA scientists it is a cataclysmic polar shift. For the rest of us, it is Doomsday.

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2012 Doomsday torrent reviews

J B (ca) wrote: Acerbic, poignant and personal, "J'ai tu ma mre" is an outstanding debut feature from writer-director Xavier Dolan. Dolan achieves an effortless balance of style, mordant humour and bracing honesty, while exploring the complexities of familial love. With a distinct voice and strong command of visual and aural aesthetics, Dolan is undoubtedly an auteur to watch.

James Y (us) wrote: Fills in some interesting story arcs from the series but somehow misses the pulsing action you'd expect from a BSG movie

Meniecia F (it) wrote: As I always say less is more, Simple is splended...One of Ash's best work.

TTT C (fr) wrote: (**): Thumbs Down It just is not as funny as the first film. Fair at best.

Steve S (es) wrote: A ten dollar hooker masquerading as a high price escort but it could be worse. It's utterly self indulgent and the players look like they equated screen time with acting prowess. It's not a complete failure,there is Prince's soundtrack to offset the bland cheesiness, and some of the dialogue between the characters is charming but stick to Purple Rain if you want a real exposition on Princes marginal acting talent trumped by his explosive stage presence.

Kerry M (ag) wrote: Fabulous movie. But dont take it as gospel.

David J (ag) wrote: lots of great gags and funny ideas but not quite enough actual story to keep this satire about National identity, politics, American foreign policy and relations, religion, etc, etc going for the 92 minute run time....still, worth a look despite some major sound issues and a couple other really rough technical spots which i am thinking stemmed from a very slight budget...also perhaps a bit too heavy handed in spots...but still, any movie with Donald Pleasence is cool with me.

Art S (kr) wrote: Vividly realized silent tale of a stoker who comes ashore to find drunken fun and winds up rescuing a girl from drowning and marrying her. One of von Sternberg's late silent films (before he hooked up with Marlene Dietrich), showing his interest in "painting with light" - there is smoke or fog in many of the scenes. George Bancroft is compellingly lout-like but ultimately sympathetic as he overcomes his primitive male instincts to sacrifice himself for his "wife". Betty Compson has less to do and looks rather ambivalent about Bancroft but throws her lot in with him anyway; such may have been the fate of a good-time gal in the 1920's - no other options. Unlike other silent films of this period, von Sternberg doesn't take things truly wide, trying to stun us with amazing set-pieces (a la Murnau), so I was a bit disappointed. But keeping the drama small and focusing on the characterizations may be the strategy that led to his later success with Marlene - it was all about her and everything else was stripped away (or really everything else, indulgent as it became, glorified her).

Robyn M (de) wrote: Total disapointment. To many story base lines and hard to follow, one minute your here the next your somewhere else....confused. I couldn't stop watching the clock wondering when this movie was going to end. the only things that kept me watching this movie because the writers desion to addin a relationship between 'Timonthy Huttons' and 'Natalie Portman'. even so you know if he dated her he'd be a petifile.shes just a child.